One Louis XV and XVI style desk is the type of furniture you need, especially if you like the eighteenth century. Depending on your tastes and personality, you can opt only for the Louis XV or Louis XVI style or both. Either in total look or in modern classic mixing, but the choice is yours. For a chic, relaxing, harmonious and pleasant atmosphe...
One Louis XV and XVI style desk is the type of furniture you need, especially if you like the eighteenth century. Depending on your tastes and personality, you can opt only for the Louis XV or Louis XVI style or both. Either in total look or in modern classic mixing, but the choice is yours. For a chic, relaxing, harmonious and pleasant atmosphere, nothing beats a stylish piece of furniture. With these period furniture in your interior decoration, chic and style are at the rendezvous.
Timeless, the Louis XV style writings immediately set the tone for your interior design. Decorated with beautiful bronzes and veneer or marquetry of very high quality, these pieces of furniture adapt perfectly to any type of decoration, especially contemporary or classic. The minister model resembles the Louis XIV work table. However, his bronzes become more present and his contours curve more and more. The Louis XV flat desk, very coveted, is sometimes equipped with its cardboard maker which is used for the classification of papers. The others smaller than the Minister's desk are called lady's offices. The shapes and ornamentations of Louis XV style furniture are diverse. For example, you can opt for the Louis XV work table with a marquetry decoration of foliage and flowers. Its five drawers offer ample storage space. Let yourself be seduced also by the Louis XV desk with rosewood marquetry, blond mahogany, amaranth, American boxwood with a length of 132 cm.
The furniture of Louis XVI style is distinguished from the XV style by straight and geometric lines. It is usually made according to the rules of art cabinetmaking. The frame of this type of period furniture is made of solid wood, assembled in the old way with studs and mortises, enhanced by precious veneer woods. If you want to give your interior a castle look, start by including in your décor a Secretary Louis XVI. In flea markets, antique shops or furniture manufacturers, a wide selection of Louis XVI style desks is available to you. For example, you can choose a flat Louis XVI desk in rosewood marquetry, opening onto its façade through three drawers. The Louis XVI office in rosewood marquetry with its ornamentation of gilded bronzes will also bring a friendly side to your interior.
The structure of the empire desk follows the strict rule of symmetry and is organized into geometric volumes with straight lines and sharp angles. The flat and smooth surfaces of the veneer are particularly highlighted. The Empire writing room is quite large and flat. It allows you to spread out and read the large staff cards. Among the most highly rated models in the entire category old desk, the secretary with a flap is distinguished by an ornamentation inspired by ancient architectural orders. To give style to your living room, a mahogany empire desk will be the furniture par excellence. It perfectly illustrates the chic and refined style of castles and transports you to the time of seigniorial splendor. With this type of antique furniture, comfort, privacy and refinement are invited into your interior decoration.
Louis XV writing desk in rosewood marquetry and mahogany blond, a shelf on the front, with a central dovetail drawer, varnish applied to the stamp.
Grand office Louis XV minister style 167 cm long inlaid rosewood, opening with three drawers.
Large Louis XV desk Boulle style, with many storage drawers.
Louis XV desk black mahogany wood lacquered black, with a marquetry boulle.
Large Louis XV desk Boulle marquetry, with an ornamentation of gilded bronzes with an inlay done in the old.
Large Louis XV desk with a light wood marquetry in elm burl, and gilded bronzes.
Furniture saves space, it settles in all rooms of the house, even in the smallest, its flap opens to make way for a writing room and storage.
Louis XVI desk in rosewood marquetry.
Empire desk in mahogany veneer with a beech structure with a length of 145 cm.
Secretary Louis XV in rosewood marquetry opening with a flap, with a secret.
The reproduction of the King's office, is a cylinder-shaped office furniture, richly decorated with gilded bronzes.
Louis XV style office decorated with a walnut magnifying glass markerie, on a beech wood structure.
Louis XV desk black Boulle style, beech wood and ornaments in gilded bronze.
Louis XV style desk made on a structure in Asian Mahogany wood, inlaid rosewood, mahogany blond, amaranth and boxwood.
Louis XV style furniture decorated with a rosewood marquetry and flower-adorned amaranth, opening with five drawers.
Bureau Louis XV realized on a beech structure with a rosewood marquetry, mahogany blond and amaranth.
Empire desk with a beech frame and an elm burl marquetry.
Bureau Louis XVI in beech wood inlaid rosewood 173 cm in length.
Louis XVI desk in rosewood a length of one hundred and twenty centimeters, opening with three drawers
Cylinder style office furniture, with plenty of storage space.
Bureau Louis XV, decorated with a rosewood marquetry and amaranth, opening with five drawers.
The Minister Louis XVI desk is made of rosewood marquetry and mahogany brambles on a beech wood frame, with 3 drawers dovetail.
Practical this Louis XV style cylinder secretary opens quickly by pulling its center drawer, compact it saves space.
Space saving desk, decorated with burl and maple burl marquetry, it opens with small drawers and a flap.